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  • Individual presentationIndividual presentation of business proposal toof business proposal to the investors using:the investors using: COVERCOVER LETTERLETTER
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  • AGENDA • What is a cover letter? • What is the purpose of a cover letter. • Styles of cover letter • Contents of a cover letter? • Final thoughts
  • WHAT IS A COVER LETTER? A cover letter is a formal introduction to your resume and accompanies it when applying for a job
  • WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF A COVER LETTER? •Presents your interest, qualifications, and availability to the employer. •Its YOUR chance to make a good first impression.
  • • Block Style – All lines start on the left side of the margin – No indentations • Modified Block Style – Uses indentations – Each paragraph is indented, as well as the beginning information and the close Styles of Cover LettersStyles of Cover Letters
  • CONTENTS OF A COVER LETTER • Headings • Salutation/Greeting • Opening paragraph • Middle paragraph • Closing paragraph • Complementary Close • Signature and enclosure
  • HEADINGS Your Heading • Name • Address • City, Province, Postal Code • Phone number • Date Companies Heading • Name of Employer • Title of Employer • Name of Organization /company name • Address • City, Province, Postal Code
  • SALUTATIONS/ GREETING Preferred Salutations • Dear Mr. • Dear Mrs. • Dear Ms. • Dear Dr. • Dear Sir or Madam Alternate Salutations • Attention: Personal Manager • Attention: Name of Organization Representative Do not use “To Whom It May Concern”
  • COVER LETTER OPENING • The position you are applying for • Where you saw the posting. Include name and date of publication • If you were referred for the position, give the name of that person • Express your interest for the position
  • OPENING EXAMPLE Please accept my resume in response to the posting for the position of Cashier with ABC Company located in the Vancouver Sun on February 1, 2009. Having been a long time customer of ABC Company and knowing your products and services are ones I can proudly stand behind, I was excited at the prospect of joining your team. As you will see my experience and qualifications are a perfect fit for the position.
  • COVER LETTER BODY • Why you are suited for the job • How your skills and qualifications match the specific job requirements listed in the add • Include related experience, training, and attributes • Try to list at least 2 examples
  • BODY EXAMPLE I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself to you. I am a reliable, and energetic individual who enjoys interacting with others. I take pride in building strong customer relationships, and I am client focused. I have been recognized as being honest, responsible, and self motivated. I enjoy working in a fast paced environment and thrive on contributing to a team. I am confident that my positive attitude, excellent interpersonal skills, and honesty will fulfill the requirements of this position.
  • CLOSING PARAGRAPH • Restate your interest in the position and mention how you will be an asset to the company • List your contact information • Include your home phone number, cell number and or email address. • Include an action/next step informing the employer you will be in contact with them.
  • EXAMPLE • I would welcome the chance to meet with you to discuss how my qualifications will exceed your expectations. I can provide excellent references upon request. I can b e reached at 604-555-5555 or by email at I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you for your time and consideration.
  • CLOSING PARAGRAPHS Best I would welcome the chance to meet with you to discuss how my qualifications will exceed your expectations. I can provide excellent references upon request. I can be reached at 604-555- 5555 or by email at I will follow up with a phone call next week to discuss things further. Better OKI look forward to hearing from you soon and having the opportunity to discuss my qualifications for the position I would like to thank you for taking the time to consider my resume. I am looking forward to meeting with you to discuss this employment opportunity. You can contact me at 604- 555-5555 or by email at
  • COMMPLEMTARY CLOSE • Yours Truly • Sincerely • Respectfully
  • EXAMPLES Yours Truly, B Barista Barbara Barista Enclosure: Resume Sincerely, B Barista Barbara Barista Enclosure: Resume
  • FINAL THOUGHTS • Use good grammar and correct spelling • Be brief, but cover the subject • Ask for help if you need it • Know and understand what the employer is looking for in their applicants • Research the company, visit there website, know there mission statement
  • • Your street address • Your city, state, zip code • Month, Day, Year • Mr./Ms./Dr. Name • Title • Name of company/organization • Company address • City, State, Zip code • Dear Mr./Ms./Dr. Last Name: • Paragraph 1: Answers “Why am I writing?” • Identify the position and the company • Indicate how you learned about the position • Request the employer’s consideration • Introduce basic information about yourself • Paragraph 2: Answers “Who am I, and why should you hire me?” • Contain a brief summary of your personal data and work experience. • Relate your skills, experiences, and qualities that would benefit you in this position • Paragraph 3: Answers “What is my next step?” • Refer the reader to your enclosed resume • Reiterate your interest in the position • Specify how you will follow up • Sincerely, • Your signature • Enclosure
  • Any Questions???